Population Change and Lifecourse (PCLC) is a Strategic Knowledge Cluster funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council. This Cluster considers the domains of population change and life course, along with their interface. The various processes at play in the life courses of individuals are, in the aggregate, the causes of population change. In addition, population change provides an important context for significant social policy choices.
Rod Beaujot receives the Canadian Population Society 2015 Lifetime Contribution Award from Alain Bélanger, CPS President.
A complete listings of policy briefs by the PCLC.
A list of the upcoming conferences.
New projects sponsored by the PCLC.
Full copies of all of our Research Briefs.
Interesting information about our Thematic Committees.
A listing of the call for proposals related to the PCLC.